13 ene. 2015

ADJECTIVES

An adjective describes how something 'is'. For this reason, we usually use the verb 'to be' when using adjectives. Adjectives are used to describe nouns.
Examples: 
- He is a good doctor. 
- Beautiful trees.
- They are happy.

Be careful!


    * Adjectives don't have a singular and plural form OR a masculine, femine and neuter form.

    * Adjectives are always the same! Never add a final -s to an adjective.

Example: these are difficult books.

NOT!!: difficults books

Rule: Adjectives are placed before the noun.


Example: 
- a wonderful book 
- very interesting people

Be careful!

    * Don't place an adjective after the noun

NOT!!: an apple red

LET'S PUT THEM IN PRACTICE

Exercise 1 (Put the words in the correct order)
Exercise 2 (A crossword)
Exercise 3 (Choose the correct answer)
Exercise 4 (Put the words in the correct order)
Exercise 5 (Choose the correct answer)
Exercise 6 (Crossword, opposites)
Exercise 7 (Wordsearch, colours)
Exercise 8 (Which picture best describes the adjective given? two exercises)
Exercise 9 (Match the adjective and the correct picture)

2 comentarios:

  1. gracias Elena lo ejercicios son geniales para repasar...
    sonia basic1

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  2. Thank you very much to you, Sonia, I am happy they are useful for you ... :-)

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